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Michelle A Said,
October 19th, 2010 @5:45 pm  

Congratulations on knowing what you want to do (at least at this point in your life). Unfortunately, I don’t believe there is a short track to this profession. To be an interior designer, one usually needs a college degree and some additional training that can be gained during apprenticeship. Although you do have one, it is not in designing. However, it may be enough to get you where you need to be in addition to some of the training that is offered by some of the professional design schools (I can’t be sure but you may want to make sure that you explore using as much your education as you can). Also be advised that 23 states and D.C. require licensure.

Check with some of the professional design schools to see what you can do. Also the median salary for interior designers in 2006 was about 43,000.

Good Luck on your career change. Be a little patient…you’ll get there.

Michael M Said,
October 19th, 2010 @6:19 pm  

You know, I’ve always been of the opinion that if you do what you really love, things will fall into place for you.

I don’t know if you need a degree for interior design. Perhaps some community college classes to start learning about.

Maybe an entry level job at an interior design firm?

AZJ76 Said,
October 19th, 2010 @6:46 pm  

I didn’t know that you were thinking about this! That’s great Annie. I happen to think you would be really good at this, and happy, too!

I want to run the league-have some other sports too year round and make hopefully enough a year from it where I can get a part time or even full time less stressfull job that I love and have fun at!

Talk to you soon!

gaetano2733 Said,
October 19th, 2010 @7:40 pm  

It’s not really an answer, but I understand your pressures, frustrations and fears. It’s natural. How we handle our inner self determines our actions and thus our “true merit”. I sad to report that I usually fall pretty short of this lofty expectation. However, the effort alone allows for the occasional glimpse of eternity in entirety.

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